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Vivian Malone entering Foster Auditorium to become one of the first black students to attend the University of Alabama on 11 June 1963, passing through a crowd that includes photographers, National Guard members, and Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler Featured Civil Rights Movement Print

Vivian Malone entering Foster Auditorium to become one of the first black students to attend the University of Alabama on 11 June 1963, passing through a crowd that includes photographers, National Guard members, and Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler

DESEGREGATION, 1963.
Vivian Malone entering Foster Auditorium to become one of the first black students to attend the University of Alabama on 11 June 1963, passing through a crowd that includes photographers, National Guard members, and Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler

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Three high school girls in Little Rock, Arkansas, sitting on the floor while learning a school lesson from the television at home when the Little Rock schools were closed to avoid integration, September 1958. Photographed by Thomas O'Halloran Featured Civil Rights Movement Print

Three high school girls in Little Rock, Arkansas, sitting on the floor while learning a school lesson from the television at home when the Little Rock schools were closed to avoid integration, September 1958. Photographed by Thomas O'Halloran

ANTI-INTEGRATION, 1958.
Three high school girls in Little Rock, Arkansas, sitting on the floor while learning a school lesson from the television at home when the Little Rock schools were closed to avoid integration, September 1958. Photographed by Thomas O'Halloran

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(1919-1998). American politician. Wallace (left, in suit) as governor of Alabama, attempting to block integration at the University of Alabama by standing in the doorway while being confronted by Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach, 11 June 1963. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler Featured Civil Rights Movement Print

(1919-1998). American politician. Wallace (left, in suit) as governor of Alabama, attempting to block integration at the University of Alabama by standing in the doorway while being confronted by Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach, 11 June 1963. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler

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(1919-1998). American politician. Wallace (left, in suit) as governor of Alabama, attempting to block integration at the University of Alabama by standing in the doorway while being confronted by Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach, 11 June 1963. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler

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